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Anneke von der Lippe
Big-shot executive Robert Stiles' car is damaged when parked at the lodge. Stiles takes Red Green and the other lodge members to court, forcing them to come up with $10,000 in damages in ten days - or else lose their beloved Possum Lodge. Red and the boys embark on a road trip across the country, en route to a Duct Tape Festival in the USA, where they intend to win first prize by creating a sculpture made of at least 50% duct tape. Unfortunately, Stiles has bought off a crooked sheriff who intends to make the trip very difficult for Red... Written by
After the credits finish, there's a scene with Red and Harold in the van. Red says that saving the lodge will make the world a better place and Harold asks if he really believes that. Then the director yells cut. See more »
Red Green is a genius, up there with Einstein and Newton
I should admit that I wasn't that much of a fan of the Red Green Show before I saw the movie, but now I watch the show a lot. Steve Smith is one of Canada's classics, along with pretty much all the actors which were ever on the show or movie. I was a bit disappointed that Rick Green wasn't in it as Bill, but that didn't keep me from enjoying the movie. There was not anything that I remember feeling disappointed or unsatisfied about, and I agree that it is a must for fans of Red Green, but those who don't 'get' the humour of the Red Green Show probably won't enjoy it- in which case I should give some healthy advice: Lighten Up! And one last thing I learned from this film: never leave your keys in the ignition when you step outside of your car.
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